A prayer for worries and worries – your each day prayer

A prayer for worries and worries – your each day prayer

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A prayer for worries and worries
By Chrystal Evans Hurst

"Throw all your fears at him for taking care of you." 1 Peter 5: 7 (ESV)

Our key script says in 1 Peter 5: 7 We should throw our worries on God. The word "cast" means to throw violently. As it is used in Scripture, it means more than placing our worries at random at Jesus' feet. When we throw our worries on God, we get a picture of how we throw our worries and worries as far away as possible and trust that the God who loves us can catch them and know exactly how we do everything should deal with what concerns us.

The reinforced Bible In the version of the same verse it says: "Throw all your worries (all your fears, all your worries and all your worries once and for all) on Him because He cares for you (with deepest affection and watches over you very carefully) . ”

I have to be consistent and considerate of noticing the little things that affect me and putting them at my father's feet in prayer. And I have to verbally talk to him about these things or write them down in my diary to symbolize that I'm giving him these things.

Throw or throw them at the feet of Jesus with all your might. Pray with faith and believe that God cares and is able to process your requests. Will the worries and worries of this life come up again and again? Yes. You will definitely do it.

But if you consistently and deliberately put your worries on Him, you will find out how far away from you fear, fear, stress or worry as you learn to trust Him.

Philippians 4: 6-7, "Don't worry about anything, but in everything through prayer and supplication with thanksgiving your requests should be made known to God. And the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will protect your heart and mind in Christ Jesus. "(ESV)

Dear Heavenly Father,

So much is broken in my life. I have so many worries and worries and they complain to me. While I want to put my worries on you, I find that I usually resume them and only add more anxiety and stress. Please help me learn to put my worries on you as I learn what it means to rest and trust you.

In Jesus name, amen.

Devotional encouragement for today, when your worries and concerns keep popping up, written by Chrystal Evans Hurst. You can read the whole piece here.

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